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in thailand as is true in america is that all citizens have to remain vigilant, and there's always improvements to be made, and i very much congratulate the prime minister on her commitment to democracy, and i know many of the forms that she continues to be interested in will strengthen democracy in thailand and will serve as a good example for the region as a whole. >>> in terms of thai cuisine, i like it all, and i've looked over the menu for this evening's menu, and it looks very good. it looks good because i'm also very hungry. so i think -- i saved my appetite, and i'm looking forward to having some authentic thai food. >> thank you very much. the second question comes from the u.s. media. i'd like to call on "the washington post," please. >> thank you very much. madam prime minister, thank you for hosting us, the american media as well as the rest of the president's delegation. mr. president you will make history tomorrow as the first u.s. president to visit burma but human rights activists warn that your visit is premature given the escalating vie lanes that has left hundred
's decision as to which of the two candidates are better for america. but if any of them are vacillating whether hob has been a good president for israel, the answer is question. kind words by a big paper but the endorsement is expected to have little effect on the voters here. >> the u.s. >>> and in president obama's sprint to head a toss-up uks he made a stop in wisconsin where he urged supporters to stick with him even if they sometimes have a difference of opinion. >> you may not agree with every decision i've made. sometimes you may have been frustrated by the pace of change, but you know where i stand. you know what i believe. you know i mean what i say. and i say what i mean. the poll shows him with a seven-point lead other romney there. >>> a new abc news "washington post" poll came out just after midnight. you see it there. it shows likely voters evenly split 48%-48%. if voters were asked if they had a favorable impression of the candidates, numbers are still neck and neck. 54% with president obama, 53% with obama. >>> new jersey is allowing voters to i'm and fax in bat locals.
, shaquille o'neal, here to talk about solutions to one of the biggest killer in america, diabetes, i don't know if you knew this, shaquille. one in three people by the year 2050 expected to be diabetes in this one, wow, a third of all americans. what do you think when you hear that some. >> it is alarming, you know, i think we as american people need to try to help the issue. you know, try to stay healthy. there are a lot of healthy alternatives rather than just eating candy all the time. >> how is your health? obviously as a professional athlete you exercise a lot. you took flak sometimes during the season, for your weight. >> it is going good, you know, i was the first guy when you hear you know, guys 350, of course, regular people when you hear 350, you obviously think obese, as you can tell by my playing career, i'm fifth in scoring. but they would automatic go, oh, he is out of shape. and i admit, it was my method of madness, i wanted to just hang out with the family, and play. and even now, my body is only 13%. >> so how big are you? >> i'm 7'1". >> how much do you weigh? >> 350 --
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attack in america. i have been investigating this for over a year. i have lessons to share. things you need to know, things your doctor may not tell you. i'm a pretty typical guy in his early 40s with a family history of heart disease. so i decided to go on a mission to never have a heart attack. but how? this doctor has guaranteed he can see trouble coming, years in advance. >> here is where the blood is flowing, and this is the lining. >> reporter: agatson is using an ultrasound to look for plaque in the artery, a blockage here would be a sign i'm at increased risk of a heart attack. >> unless you do the imaging, you are playing with trouble. >> you're looking for what? >> the plaque, the calcium. >> i have never had a problem, but you're looking for it anyway. >> yes, and if you're heading for a heart attack in five, ten, 20 years, you will already have plaque. it is a lifelong process. >> we all know plaque is bad, blocks your blood vessels. it is formed by the cholesterol in the blood, the bad cholesterol. think of it as "l," for lousy, building up on the walls of your artery, cre
something like this. >> and today, i took about 90 milligrams of america set percocet. >> oh you did? >> 6:00, i wasn't really thinking and i did a bar of xanax and i'm reading all this stuff online how that is a very lethal combination. i have a lot of friends who died in their sleep and i just wasn't really thinking. now i'm wondering if i should stay up tonight. >> that kind of call to me is really scary. >> oh, it is scary. >> what goes through your mind? >> so, i would be very frightened about that young man not making through the night. >> dr. bill hurley is the medical director of the poison center. he is also a trauma doctor. >> possibly too many of his meds. >> they are not sure what all they've got. >> we are here in seattle, in part, because the problem is bad. >> this bottle still has quite a bit in it. >> but also because, as you will see, there are real solutions. >> no other meds? >> for hurley, it started five years ago. >> he's got pinpoint pupils. >> he started noticing overdoses, a lot of them, coming through his e.r. doors. >> we thought, well, these are the guys who ar
>> i'm so very angry, father. >> mm-hmm. >> i wish i could punch america in the face. i do, i tell you. >> now, now, now. >> i'll be back at the top of the how at 8:00 a.m. eastern time. first sanjay gupta m.d. begins right now. >>> hey, there. and thanks for being with us. the dust is starting to settle from the election but there are probably a few things you may have missed. marijuana, right to die, soda tax. i've got some thoughts on that. also this beautiful young woman. opera singer. she came back from a double lung transplant and she had to go through the story again. the story has an amazen ending. here's a hint. you're going to hear her think. and there's a new book how to train your brain to do anything. you seem to have boundless energy. i've written a couple of books. it takes me a long time. >> i write every day for two hours, meditate every day for two hours. i exercise, and i have boundless energy. i sleep very well. and when it stoops, then it stops, but right now it's a go. >> it is a go. with deepak chopra. dr. deepak chopra. that's in just a few minutes. >>> but
of the pharmaceutical research and manufacturers of america, which represents and lob boys on behalf of drug manufacturers. do you know of any studies that actually show people taking narcotics for longer periods of time, other than that would be associated with end of life care or terminal cancer and having positive, consistent results? >> we do know the feedback we get from patients and physicians and is where parents are able to manage pain, with their physician, they are able to manage their chronic and acute pain, they have better lifestyles. they have a more robust life. >> but remember, there is no good scientific data on the effects of long-term use of high-dose opioids. do you think we prescribe too many pain medications in this country? >> i can't answer that. that has to be a decision between patients and their doctors. >> are these medications adicktive or not? >> narcotics? everything i know is that they are if they are misused. if they are used properly, they are not. >> problem is miscues eust is rampant n 2010, about 12 million americans reported using painkillers without pre
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